The 1960 Yaquina Bay clam study Public Deposited

http://ir.library.oregonstate.edu/concern/technical_reports/pg15bf33d

In 1960, the Army Corps of Engineers was planning to extend the jetties and to deepen the channel at Yaquina Bay. The Corps proposed to dump its dredging spoils in Sally's Bend, a highly productive part of the bay. In response to this request, in the summer of 1960, Fish Commission biologists surveyed the area. The report includes comparative data from Idaho Point, another popular clamming area. This is a transcribed typescript: the original mimeographed document was too faded to be scanned. Includes original maps.

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